Android O inches closer to release with new beta launch

Ken Copeland
June 9, 2017

The latest leak by AndroidPolice claims that the Google Pixel smartphone will get an update of Android O as soon as August 2017. So, it looks like the Pixel phones may receive the update in the month of August, where the date is subjected to change anytime.

According to the latest Android distribution numbers from Google, Android 7.0 Nougat - the most recent major Android version - is now installed on 9.5 percent of all active Android devices. The big news is the update roll out itself. Phones get picture-in-picture mode, Android TV gets a new home screen, and faster boot times should help every version, but cars with Android should especially benefit from it. Users of all sorts can take part in the release of this newest version of Android - regardless of the name "Developer Preview" - since it's relatively stable as such.

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The newest build comes with a sigh of relief for Pixel owners facing the freeze issues on their device. So, if you have a Pixel or Nexus device and wishing to use the Samsung Internet browser as your default one then head towards the Google Play Store and this app is available there at free. Also included are Autofill APIs, Picture in Picture, XML font resources, downloadable fonts, emoji compatibility. This will have the same effect of flashing the corresponding factory images, but you will not need to wipe your device.

Starting this month, Google is updating its Android Security Rewards program to increase top payouts for certain vulnerabilities. The part of the app is to keep the data and the device safe. The company notes that the two patches concentrated towards security offer "Android partners with the flexibility to more quickly fix a subset of vulnerabilities that are similar across all Android devices".

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